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Q1. | A human nerve cell has an open-circuit voltage of 80 mV and it can deliver a current of 5 nA through a 6 M ohm load. What is the maximum power available from the cell? | ||||||

A. | 0.16 nW |
B. | 16 mW |
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C. | 1.6 W |
D. | 16 pW |
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Q2. | Kirchhoff's voltage law is concerned with | ||||||

A. | IR drop. |
B. | battery emf. |
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C. | junction voltage. |
D. | both (a) and (b). |
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Q3. | Superposition theorem is not applicable for | ||||||

A. | voltage calculations |
B. | bilateral elements |
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C. | power calculations. |
D. | passive elements |
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Q4. | Which of the following theorems is applicable for both linear and nonlinear circuits ? | ||||||

A. | Superposition. |
B. | Thevenin's. |
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C. | Norton's. |
D. | None of these. |
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Q5. | Maxwell' s loop current method of solving electrical networks | ||||||

A. | uses branch currents. |
B. | utilizes Kirchhoff' s voltage law. |
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C. | is confined to single-loop circuits |
D. | is a network reduction method. |
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Q6. | Superposition theorem is applicable for: | ||||||

A. | Linear circuits only. |
B. | Non-linear circuits only. |
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C. | Linear and non-linear circuits both. |
D. | None of these. |
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Q7. | Nodal analysis is based on | ||||||

A. | KCL. |
B. | KVL. |
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C. | both. |
D. | law of conservation of energy. |
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Q8. | In nodal analysis, if there are N nodes in the circuit, then how many equations will be written to solve the network? | ||||||

A. | N - 1. |
B. | N + 1. |
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C. | N. |
D. | N - 2. |
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Q9. | While Thevenizing a circuit between two terminals, V_{TH} is equal
to | ||||||

A. | short-circuit terminal voltage. |
B. | open-circuit terminal voltage. |
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C. | net voltage available in the circuit. |
D. | emf of the battery nearest to the terminals. |
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Q10. | While determining R_{TH} of a circuit | ||||||

A. | voltage and current sources should be left as they are. |
B. | all sources should be replaced by their source resistances. |
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C. | all independent current and voltage sources are shortcircuited |
D. | none of the above |
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